Colorado Springs, CO (PRWEB) April 21, 2014
Miracle Method franchisee Ryan Gladhill recently expanded his business to meet increasing demand, opening an office in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Miracle Method Surface Refinishing is the nation's leading bathtub, tile and countertop refinishing. The Miracle Method process appeals to residential and commercial customers, saving up to 75% over the cost of replacing kitchen and bathroom fixtures.
“I love bringing high quality refinishing to markets that desperately want what we have to offer,” explains Gladhill. “Since opening in Philadelphia, the response has been phenomenal and the business keeps coming in.” Gladhill’s first two Miracle Method offices were established in Hagerstown, Maryland, and Charleston, South Carolina. He has achieved “Gold Club” level for the past two years, with sales in 2013 exceeding 1.5 million dollars.
“Gladhill’s commitment to serving customers and his ability to recognize underserved markets has fueled his expansion,” explains John Tubiolo, VP of Miracle Method Franchise Sales. “He has the same drive and positive attitude that many people have,” explains Tubiolo. “The difference is that he’s not afraid to use it and pursue his dreams.”
Miracle Method's customers include not only millions of homeowners, but hotels, hospitals, colleges, universities and property managers as well. In addition to the cost benefits, customers are also drawn to the significant time savings. The Miracle Method refinishing process usually takes 24 hours or less compared to a week or more for a messy tear-out and replacement.
The Philadelphia, PA, location is one of more than 135 Miracle Method franchises nationwide that has the support of the company’s over 35-year reputation of quality and service. “People who make things happen,” Tubiolo goes on to say, “are exactly who I’m looking for in a new franchisee.” For information about owning a Miracle Method franchise, contact John Tubiolo, VP of Franchise Sales, at 877-434-5096 or visit http://www.miraclemethod.com/franchise.